I've got an original Droid, stock Android (2.2, whatever Verizon's pushed out so far). Is there a "minimum" recommended amount of internal storage I should have free to have the phone work in a good responsive manner? Basically it's starting to feel a little long in the tooth. It says it has ~50MB of internal storage free, and like 14GB on the SD card. Any apps I have that have the option to move to SD I've done. But I still experience a good deal of lag - sometimes Facebook will blank out to a white screen for some seconds before it loads, and often after returning to the home screen all of the icons will disappear and it will hang for a bit with just the background before it draws the icons. The only widget on my homescreen is the Google Calendar one. Is there some sort of minimum amount of internal free space the phone needs to run smoothly? It seems like it gets worse the more apps I'll install, and that it was better when it was closer to 60 or 70 MB free. But I've pared back what I have installed to pretty much what I use on a regular basis and thought I'd ask. Hah, it's all part of the 2-year upgrade plan!